Mac Blu-ray Player can be used as free MPEG player software
At present, plenty of audios and videos are released in MPEG media format. Thus, many Mac users urge to play MPEG on their Macs. In order to meet this demand, Macgo Inc released their famous product - Mac Blu-ray Player, which satisfied all users to their hearts' content.
Mac Blu-ray Player can not only be used as Blu-ray player on Mac but also be used as free MPEG player. It is very handy for you to play any MPEG documents and viewing them with high quality by this fantastic tool. As a free MPEG player software on Mac, Mac Blu-ray Player can play MPEG audios and videos. With simple process, Mac Blu-ray Player will bring you to the amazing MPEG world.
Step 1: Download
Download the Mac Blu-ray Player from
Step 2: Operation
1) Open Mac Blu-ray Player, and the registration dialogue will pop up. Click the "Continue" button and then you can play MPEG for free.
2) Now there are two open buttons: "Open File" and "Open Disc"
If you want to play MPEG files, you can press "Open File" button, then click the MPEG document to start playing directly. You can also play ISO files through "Open File". But if you want to play Blu-ray discs or DVD, you can choose the "Open Disc" button.
3) (Option) If you play BD / DVD, after a couple seconds of decryption, you will enter into the navigation panel, on which you can press "Play" button to play directly, or you can select the subtitle, audio, and title first.
Step 3: Settings
When you play MPEG movies, you can make video settings as follows:
1) Snapshot: Ctrl+Alt+S
Snapshot the movie by shortcut keys or pressing the "Snapshot" in "Tools".
Click "Tools" button and select "Adjustments". There are five sections to be set in video tuner: brightness, saturation, contrast, gamma, and hue. If you want to reset them, you can press "Reset" button. Moreover, if you want to keep the settings, you can check the "Always apply the settings" on the left bottom.
3) Aspect Ratio
If you want to adjust aspect ratio, you can find it in "Video" on the tool menu.
4) Screen size
You can adjust screen size by shortcut keys or through the options in "Video" on the tool menu.
Half size: Command+1
Normal size: Command+2
Double size: Command+3
Fit to the screen: Command+4
Other media formats supported here: Blu-ray, DVD, Video CD, MOV, MKV, FLV, AVI, MPEG, RMVB, MP4, MP3, WMA, AAC, AC3, etc.